Church built for Italian migrants at Yenda by Franciscan Priests - Father Nicolas Simonazzi, hands upright in sacrament dedication before the alter of the Church of St Therese, Yenda, faces his congregation of farming people, mainly of Italian stock. The altar is reversed in the modern manner. The church of modern design was consecrated last year. Father Nicolas would like to see more Italians migrate to Australia. An Italian Priest of the Franciscan Capicin Order has a parish of 3000 people in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation area of NSW, Australia. Many of them are Italian migrants
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